Origin: It is common in the temperate regions of the northern hemisphere and the Mediterranean region.
Morphology: It is a climbing plant. The flowers are bell-shaped, located at the tip of the shoot and are arranged in spike. Flowers can be pink, white, blue.
Production: It is produced with seeds.
Planting spacing and distance: It is planted at 60-70 cm intervals.
Climate: It prefers sunny areas. Loves sandy-loamy soils. It blooms more in moist soil.
Usage: It can be used as a group or border plant in parks and gardens, rock gardens. It is suitable for use on balconies, terrace beds and dry walls.
Disease-Pests: Viruses, leaf spot disease, rust, botrytis, powdery mildew, spider and aphids.